Four more schools in Leicestershire have confirmed positive cases of coronavirus already this week.
The pupils in the affected year groups are facing a further fortnight away from the classroom, after being asked to self-isolate.
The four schools include:
Manor High School in Oadby has confirmed a positive case of coronavirus in Year 8. It has asked its Year 8 pupils to stay at home until 29 Sept.
The Kibworth School in Market Harborough has also confirmed a positive case in Year 8. Pupils in the year group have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days.
Brocks Hill Primary School has confirmed two children in Year 3 have tested positive for the virus. The school has asked pupils in both the classes affected to stay at home for 14 days.
Robert Smyth Academy in Market Harborough has also asked some pupils to stay at home for 14 days, after a year 7 pupil tested positive for over the weekend.
So far, around 19 schools in the Leicester and a further 29 schools in the county have reported positive cases of the virus since schools reopened at the end of August.
However parents are being reassured by education officials, who say this is affecting only a small number of the overall schools in the city and county.